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Write protection error

Please when i copy PC to on my USB so appeared write protection error what i do

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If you have a USB memory stick that has a small slide switch on the side, this switch is a copy protection switch, move this switch to allow you to copy onto the USB memory stick.

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pankaj potaliya
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  6. delete the ugly imation lock from ur system
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